Published: Thu, July 18, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Tetris Effect hits PC next week as Epic Games Store exclusive

Tetris Effect hits PC next week as Epic Games Store exclusive

Music, backgrounds, sounds, special effects-everything, down to the Tetriminos themselves, pulse, dance, shimmer, and explode in flawless sync with how you're playing, making any of the game's 30+ stages and 10+ modes something you'll want to experience over and over again.

The PC version of Tetris Effect will include uncapped framerate, 4k resolution, and ultrawide monitor support in addition to other graphical option that the PlayStation version did not include. To find out if it will be coming out on Steam and the Epic Games Store, you will need to have a look at this Tetris Effect PC release date guide. Pre-ordering Tetris Effect gives players several 4K wallpapers for their desktop and a soundtrack sampler. It's very soon too, so you will want to know which platforms are supported for the Monstars and Resonair developed spin-off game. Developer Enhance Games went out of its way to ensure players were going to a new layer to experience with the game than they could on the console version. But the good news is that those looking to enjoy everything Tetris Effect has to offer won't be missing anything in the Epic Games Store version. Starting now and lasting through the first two weeks on sale only, the title will be 20% off as part of a special launch promotion and include free DLC items (see below). This allows you to either get yourself out of a sticky situation or rack up extra Line Clears for those sweet bonus points. You can pre-order it here.

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More importantly, that exclusivity deal coming to an end on PS4 hopefully means that Tetris Effect will make its way towards the Xbox One and Nintendo Switch, the latter being possibly the ideal platform for the game. It combines the near-perfect gameplay of Tetris with an audio/visual presentation meant to ease your mind.

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